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With over 900 measures, individually scored based on their own specific benchmarks and 4 different ways to earn bonuses, the MIPS Quality performance category has some of the most complex scoring algorithms in the Quality Payment Program. With all of the possible variables, how is a practice to know which measures will maximize their Quality score?
With so much of the MIPS score tied up in Quality, it’s imperative that your practice understands how to tell if a measure is going to help you. Join us in this webinar to learn more about Quality measure scoring and ways it can be optimized to get the most points. We’ll also discuss how to estimate your Quality score throughout the year to avoid any surprises at attestation time.
Highlights of the webinar:
- The history of the Quality category and measures
- Historical benchmarks and how to read them
- Ways to earn bonus points towards the category and also the total MIPS score
- The Medicare Care Compare site is up and running
In this session you will learn:
- How to effectively pick measures to make sure you’re maxing out your score.
- How to estimate your Quality score throughout the year so you know where you stand.
- How your reporting method can positively or negatively affect your score.
- How to decide which measures make the cut during attestation season. Find out when it’s good to report extra measures and which measures aren’t worth adding.
This webinar is perfect for:
- Healthcare practice administrators.
- CEHRT users.
- MIPS eligible clinicians.
About the speakers
Megan Fries has 18 years of experience guiding providers to successfully report for QPP. Megan’s extensive background with EMR support and Meaningful Use and MIPS attestation, as well as her work in clinical settings as a surgery scheduler, tech, and scribe, give her the ability to apply her insight and knowledge in a way that makes her expert guidance invaluable to the healthcare provider.
Katie Skelly brings over 14 years of practical experience to our team and has worked for an ophthalmology practice, including the optical department, front office processes and procedures, and scribing. Having worked directly with multiple EHRs, Katie understands not only what the healthcare practice does, but what it must do to navigate the complex world of regulatory incentive payment programs.